October 22, 2014

Franklin man accused of impregnating stepdaughter now faces new charges

A local man is incarcerated at the Heard County jail today after being arrested on February 22 and charged with two counts of Aggravated Child Molestation and one count of Aggravated Sexual Battery.

The suspect, 37-year-old Kevin Shayne Noojin, of Franklin, is accused of the misconduct with his stepdaughter between the dates of August 4, 2005 and September 28, 2010.

According to the arrest report released by Lieutenant Melinda Davis with the Heard County Sheriff’s Department, the victim was 11 years of age when the alleged molestation began.

Kevin Shayne Noojin

Kevin Shayne Noojin

Noojin is already facing a 2012 charge of Incest which alleges that he impregnated his other stepdaughter in 2012 when she was 16-years-old.

Noojin was arrested on the Incest charge March 30, 2012 and remained in jail before being released on a $50,000 bond on February 11, 2013.

Court documents from the prosecution in the Incest case allege that a DNA test performed by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s crime lab confirmed Noojin as the father of his stepdaughter’s baby.

The impregnated female in the Incest case and the latest female victim in the molestation case are twin sisters.

Comments

  1. He is a sicko and should be under the jail! People like him disgust me!

    • had he lived in gordon county in north ga he would have never been charged. my daughter was molested by a relative when she was 14 and impregnated and the law says not enough evidence. they were two other children also, one 13 one 5. it is where you live who you know and how much money you have to buy your way out. he was at the time 28 years old and stoned was his excuse and reason for not being charged by the law, i guess the children was at fault for being where he showed up. at grandmothers and aunt’s house..

  2. Lock him up and throw the key away, what a piece of trash!

  3. Gayle Denney says:

    There are some horrible, sick, evil people in this world but when they stand before God they will pay for they have done !!!!!

  4. This person, {I`ll not call him a man}, cos a real man would not do any thing like this, is so very disgusting, it`s beyond words !!! How can he be so sick ? He can not be a true Heard Countian. We are BETTER than this !!! You know Jesus is COMING SOON, HE WILL NOT STAND FOR THIS KIND OF BEHAVIOR…………

    • why was he still in the home to do this to another child. the mother should be jailed for allowing back near the childrem.

  5. Where was the mother??!!

  6. “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone”
    This is my brother. By blood and through Christ.
    People make mistakes. Satan is constantly influencing our thoughts and actions, especially those who choose faith (which, he was a man of faith)- weʻre under attack the most. People falter and in weakness fall for the devilʻs tricks. Itʻs not our job to judge. I donʻt agree with his actions, I condemn them, but I still love him. I love his wife, his daughters, and his son as well.
    We all sin and fall short of the glory of God. Nobody is more worthy of Godʻs love than another. He came for us sinners. The self-righteous and judgemental among us will stand before Him as well.

  7. So we should just let him go and letGod take care of it?

  8. Societies have their own means of justice and punishment; Thatʻs understandable. But as a believer of God, one should take comfort in knowing that no matter what deeds are done in our lives, whether punished or not, we will stand judgement before the creator for it all. Everyone is held accountable (if not in this life, then eventually, or both) for what theyʻve done. But that does not mean that we cannot be forgiving personally (not dismissing the wrong, or letting it go unpunished, by civil standards). Iʻm not saying the judicial system shouldnʻt do what itʻs intended to do- But the “burn ʻem at the stake” mentality is not what Jesus teaches. What happened is horrible and tragic, but itʻs not our job to condemn someone. Jesus came to save the sinners- even my brother. Someone who believes in the Word shouldnʻt be stirred to anger over someoneʻs actions. Heʻs been tried and punished by our laws, and will stand judgement for his life in front of his Creator. We all share the same fate. Therefore, we should forgive, love, and show compassion- because none of us are better than another. Grace is the only reason we have any chance at redemption.

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